Films By Don McKellar

Don McKellar (writer of Roadkill and Highway 61, in which he also appears) turns director, with astounding success (see also Bloody Nose) and stellar casting. David Cronenberg stars as Tom Cramer, a porn-aficionado cum business­man. We meet Tom on a typical day at the car­pet factory; checking out new samples, flirting with the secretary, discussing personal hygiene with an employee, masturbating.... Read more
Don McKellar sends up America's celebrity culture and its predilection for the inane in his satirical [Childstar]. Twelve-year-old Taylor Brandon Burns (Mark Rendall) is a star of the trashy US sitcom Family Differences, and is accustomed to having his every whim met. Tailed by his flaky mother (Jennifer Jason Leigh), he's come to Toronto to shoot an absurd all-American action flick. Rick Schiller... Read more
In Last Night, amidst the pre-miliennial tension and hys­teria, director Don McKellar calmly asks: What would you do on your last night on Earth? The answers take his char­acters and the audience through a rich emotional spec­trum, from the quirky to the inspirational. Buildings burn, looting and street violence runs rampant, transportation is impossible and lunatics roam the city but a DJ insists... Read more
Tracey has a cigarette and dances to a jazz solo. She gets a nosebleed. Her boyfriend comes home. Two people hear news of a friend's affair. A fleeting moment; a peek in a neighbours win­dow, or just another wild night in Toronto? ... Read more
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